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Ron Leach Posted: Nov 28, 2016 0 comments

Norwegian photographer Audun Rikardsen is a professor of Freshwater and Marine Biology at the University of Tromso as well as a sell-taught photographer. He’s used his fascination with the arctic coast to make some extraordinary photographs of sea creatures above and below he surface.

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Ron Leach Posted: Nov 28, 2016 0 comments

The video below likely represents the longest three seconds in this trackside photographer’s life, as he utilized some super-human reflexes to jump out of the way as an out-of-control Camaro hopped a guardrail and took direct aim at the unnamed photographer.

Ron Leach Posted: Nov 28, 2016 0 comments

When discussing photography gear, Joe Edelman likes to say “Keep it simple, stupid.” That’s exactly what he does in this quick video tutorial that will teach you how to make dramatic portraits and beauty shots with one monolight or speedlight and a single reflector.

Barry Tanenbaum Posted: Nov 25, 2016 0 comments

Gabe Rogel gets a kick out of viewers’ reactions to his photographs. “It’s fun,” he says, “to watch people look at the pictures and realize, Oh, you had to be there, too!”

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Ron Leach Posted: Nov 23, 2016 0 comments

A new book by British astronaut Tim Peake features a breathtaking collection of photographs he took while about the International Space Station (ISS.) The book is entitled “Hello, Is this planet Earth?” and features 150 stunning images—many of which have never been seen before.

Ron Leach Posted: Nov 23, 2016 0 comments

The BBC has just released an extended trailer for the sequel to their wildly popular Planet Earth Series. Directed by Sir David Attenborough, Planet Earth II picks up where the original 2006 series left off, and is scheduled for release in the U.S. on January 28, 2017 and will be broadcast every Saturday on BBC America.

Ron Leach Posted: Nov 23, 2016 0 comments

Indigenous peoples in remote parts of the word tend to be rather wary of outsiders—especially when they have a camera pointed in their face. But Turkish photographer Mehmet Genc uses a simple method to put his subjects at ease: He just tells them “You are so beautiful.”

Ron Leach Posted: Nov 22, 2016 0 comments

Sebastien del Grosso is a Paris-based photographer/graphic designer who is fascinated with Star Wars and super heroes. In his “Le Cosmos de Star Wars" series he uses backlit images of miniature action figures to create striking scenes that appear quite realistic.

Jack Neubart Posted: Nov 22, 2016 0 comments

Tyler Stableford had always been passionate about storytelling, dating back to his college days. It began with the written word but soon metamorphosed into still photography. Before long, Stableford was working as an editor on two outdoor adventure publications, first Climbing Magazine, followed by Rock and Ice Magazine, where he was also able to pursue photography combined with his passion for adventure sports, which had had a hold on him since his teen years.

Ron Leach Posted: Nov 22, 2016 0 comments

We’ve seen some impressive aerial photography through the years, but the recent work by the Russian group AirPano is right up there with the best. The 12-person, not-for-profit team consists of nine photographers and three tech specialists who use planes, helicopters and drones to capture these mind-blowing images.

Ron Leach Posted: Nov 22, 2016 0 comments

Photographers have long been challenged when attempting to capture the splendor of big mountain ranges, both in terms of equipment and geography. In his quest to document Italy’s Dolomites, Kurt Moser decided to go really big, by converting a 45-year-old Russian military truck into a giant camera.

Staff Posted: Nov 22, 2016 0 comments

Shutterbug was co-sponsor of the Mountain Click Photo Comp at the GoPro Mountain Games in Vail, Colorado, this past summer and we’re excited to spotlight the work of two of the winners in Full Frame this month. Steve Gandy won the Mountain Click (Anything Goes) competition, which required photographers to enter three images shot during the Mountain Games using any camera.

Ron Leach Posted: Nov 21, 2016 0 comments

Petar Sabol Sharpeye is an award-winning Croatian photographer with a wide-ranging portfolio. One of his specialties is macro photography, and he’s created some unique images using a Meyer-Optik Goerlitz Trioplan 100mm f/2.8 “Soap Bubble” lens.

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Ron Leach Posted: Nov 21, 2016 0 comments

If you have shoeboxes of old prints in your closet, and no scanner to digitize them, Google’s new PhotoScan app may be just what you’re looking for. Available free for both iOS and Android, the simple app lets you digitize prints using your phone or tablet.

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Ron Leach Posted: Nov 21, 2016 0 comments

Amateur photographer Gareth Matthews spends a lot of time on the road as a supermarket delivery driver, and he used his interest in photography to make this spectacular time-lapse video during his travels around Scotland.

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